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Your complete digital X-ray solution that works with ALL image sizes: 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4; Panoramic; Cephalometric; and TMJ. ScanX utilizes...
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The CS 7400 offers a similar workflow to film, minimizing the learning curve as you transition to digital radiography.
The DIGIREX Intraoral Digital Phosphor Plate Scanner System from APIXIA is a small device used to capture high-resolution scans in less...
The OpTime Digital Imaging System for Intraoral X-Rays from SOREDEX is a compact, easy-to-use digital intraoral imaging plate system. It...
DenOptix QST Phosphor Plate X-Ray from Gendex Dental Systems is clean, fast, and provides chemical-free digital processing with the size...
The DIGORA Optime Digital Imaging Plate System from SOREDEX provides intraoral imaging in a touchless system. It contains image preview,...
The CS 7200 phosphor imaging plate system offers a familiar, film-like workflow that puts high-quality images in your hands almost...
Veraviewepocs 3D R100 is the latest addition to J. Morita's 3D product line. This unit's 3D Reuleaux full-arch field-of-view (FOV)...
The FireCR Dental Reader is compatible with DICOM 3.0 and uses reusable bite-wings and intraoral imaging plates for fast and easy...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I had always assumed that most dentists were either computed radiography (imaging plates) users or digital radiography (sensors) users. It never dawned on me that anyone would be both. That was until I talked to a dentist friend of mine the other day who said that having both in the practice is a bit of a safety net. If your sensor goes down for...

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  • Liana Tremmel

    In September 2015, I bought a practice that was completely analog. So going in I knew I was going to need to make some upgrades. My goals were to improve patient care, build the reputation of the practice, and increase staff satisfaction and practice workflow. For radiography, I knew for sure I wanted an image plate scanner. That’s what I had...

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  • Ara Nazarian, DDS, DICOI

    What I have found to work great in my private practice for the splinting of open tray impression posts in the fabrication of full arch screw retained restorations is the use of Futar D bite registration material from Kettenbach USA.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    If there’s one thing busy dentists know, it’s that their everyday, go-to restorative products need to work quickly, and they just need to work, period. Lack of adhesion, patient sensitivity, and failed restorations simply aren’t options. It’s not just about losing valuable chair time—it’s about losing patient trust.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The COVID-19 crisis has put dentists, hygienists, and patients at risk, and prompted national guidelines for postponing non-emergency procedures, such as dental cleanings. While coronavirus has shaken the healthcare industry to its core, the “downtime” dental practices currently have may be an opportunity to reevaluate their hygiene protocols.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Communicating with your patients amid the global COVID-19 crisis is difficult. You want to be sensitive to your patient base, and the last thing you want to do is bombard them with “sales-y” messages. At the same time, you don’t want to fall out of touch with your patients. One day, your dental practice will be able to resume routine,...

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